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Old 01-13-2018, 03:15 PM   #1
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Knife Sheaths

I have some knifes and I wont to alter the knife sheaths respectively make knew ones.

I know how to make knife sheaths from cow and moose leather without and with wooden inlay.

My intention is to make a beaded knife sheath but on that stiff cow leather I cannot bead.

Knife sheath made from buckskin upon which I can bead, isn't stiff enough as knife sheath.

In which way can beadwork be attached to cow hide knife sheaths without beading on that cow hide?

Some examples of knifes and their not beaded sheaths

A small folder with yew grips, a Scandinavian blade about 4 inches long and 1/10 inch wide with yew handle and the last one is accompanied by the wooden inlay.
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